The English word “Alphabet” comes from the first two Greek letters, alpha and beta—which in turn come from the Hebrew-Phoenician letters aleph and bet. In Hebrew, it is called the “Alephbet,” spelled “alpbit.” Second line is ancient Hebrew (reading left to right, with rotated symbols to match English); third line is the natural layout of the ancient Hebrew letters, reading from right to left; fourth line is the word as it is spelled in modern Hebrew.